Originally Posted by lwbrewer
If I paid a guide to get me in and my stuff out and I left him to take care of it. Ya then I put a lot of the blame on the guide. I've caped a few deer in the field so the hide didn't get messed up for the mount, while we drug the rest out.
As I stated earlier we don't know the full story to what really happened and I left the blame to either or both sides to what ever the real story was. Try reading my full post before you go off.
It's the guide's job to let Lesnar know the rules and take him on a trip.
First off, Brock should and most definitely did already know the rules. He bought tags to kill 2...he knows he should have had and used both tags.
None of us know exactly what went down, and unless the guide comes out and tells his complete side of the story, I don't think we will know. They only charged him with failing to tag. I am sure it was much worse.
I think I finally understand this: https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/det...-game-products
Hunter harvested game birds (pheasant, quail, goose, etc.) or cervid carcasses (e.g. deer, moose, elk, caribou, etc.) from Canada are allowed entry when importers present to the Customs and Border Protection officer evidence such as a hunting license that the product is hunter harvested wild game. Hunter-harvested wild non-cervid animal (e.g. wild sheep, goats, or bison/buffalo, etc.) meat or carcasses, which must be eviscerated and head removed, are allowed when the hunter shows to CBP officers a hunting license, tag, or equivalent.
So, it the reason he got in trouble is he killed 2 deer...only tagged one...removed their heads....bagged their meat....brought them to the border...they checked the animals and tags. They only found 1 tag and 2 dead animals and all their meat. So he had to leave one....and it's meat.
Then it was up to Alberta to charge him with not having a tag and throwing away half his meat....then the guide came out and told authorities he only tagged one of the animals.
That is the problem.
Not as big and issue as I thought. Glad they dropped the other charges.
Sounds like he followed all the rules, except for actually using that second tag....I wonder who actually has that second tag? Was it in Brock's pocket once he got to the border? I bet it was in Brock's possession and not in the Guide's.